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Upcoming Event - Crossing Borders, Drawing Lives: Barbara Yelin's Graphic Novels

Crossing Borders, Drawing Lives: Barbara Yelin's Graphic Novels

Lecture | December 2 | 12-1:30 p.m. |  Zoom

Speaker:  Barbara Yelin, Graphic Novelist

Moderator:  Brett E. Sterling, Associate Professor of German in the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Arkansas

Upcoming Event - The Language of Archives: Deniz Utlu in conversation with Sultan Doughan and Deniz Göktürk

The Language of Archives: Deniz Utlu in conversation with Sultan Doughan and Deniz Göktürk

Lecture | October 17 | 12-1:30 p.m. |  Zoom

Speaker:  Deniz Utlu, Author

Moderators:  Sultan Doughan, Dr Thomas Zand visiting assistant professor of Holocaust pedagogy and antisemitism studies at Clark University; Deniz Göktürk, Professor in the Department of German at UC Berkeley

The German Program welcomes Fulbright Scholar from Antwerp!

Tom Smits is an Associate Professor in English and German Foreign Language Teaching and German Variational Linguistics at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). In 2021, he was appointed as Senior Research Associate at Rhodes University (South Africa) after a successful nomination by the Faculty of Education in recognition of his standing in the field of multilingualism and multiculturalism in education.

Virtual Drop-in Advising

Virtual Drop-in Advising

Welcome back and to Fall quarter.  The Advising team is excited for another great year.  We are now able to offer virtual drop-in advising. Please visit this link, https://langlit.advisingfrontdesk.lsit.ucdavis.edu/signin, on Tuesday’s from 1:30-3pm or Friday 9-11am. We are looking forward to assisting you with your advising needs.

Greg & Carrie Challenge You to Donate this Give Day: April 22-23, 2022

Greg Redmond, German Graduate Program Alum, and his wife, Carrie Cornwell, have issued a Give Day challenge:

"Taking a two-year break from practicing primary care medicine at UCDHs for 27 years, to complete a master's degree in German at UCD, saved my quality of life.

Oct 1st, Oct 22nd, and Nov 19th UC Davis's Department of German and Russian and UC Berkeley's Department of German host a series of workshop conversations with authors, Archives of Migration: The Power of Fiction in Times of Fake News.

ARCHIVES OF MIGRATION: THE POWER OF FICTION IN TIMES OF FAKE NEWS

Organized by Deniz Göktürk, UC Berkeley, Department of German, Multicultural Germany Project, and Transit Journal, & Elisabeth Krimmer, UC Davis, German Department, Migration and Aesthetics Project 

Confluences

Ilija Trojanow, in Conversation with Chunjie Zhang Oct 1, 2021 from 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Watch the 7th Annual Templeton Lecture by Edyta Bojanowska

Watch the 7th Annual Alan Templeton Distinguished Speaker series for Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures “The Imperial World through Russian Eyes: Colonialism, Globalization, and a Russian Naval Voyage around Africa and Asia” Edyta M. Bojanowska

Hosted by the Department of German and Russian

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Welcome Back! The Undergraduate Advising Team has missed you! Fall quarter is here and we are ready to see you and help you navigate being back on campus. We have a hybrid schedule, please click here for more information.

Welcome Back! The Undergraduate Advising Team has missed you! Fall quarter is here and we are ready to see you and help you navigate being back on campus. We have a hybrid schedule, please use the appointment system to make an appointment, https://appointments.ucdavis.edu/default.aspx?office=39.

Camden House Book Series Edited by Professor Elisabeth Krimmer

Congratulations to German Professor Elisabeth Krimmer, who has edited a new series of six books focusing on women and gender in German Studies!

Camden House Book Series Edited by Professor Elisabeth Krimmer
Women and Gender in German Studies focuses on the literary contributions of German-speaking women from the eighteenth to the twenty-first centuries, as well as feminist approaches to canonical literature.